Quick trip to see friends… Go read the folks on the sidebar. They’re good! Regular blogging will resume Monday.
Good times with good friends, and good food. And prairie dogs to shoot. Down time is great. Go read the folks on the sidebar, I’m ignoring the news and the intarwebz for another couple of days.
Time for Willie to play my song again. Off to go turn money into smoke and noise. Go enjoy the folks on the sidebar, or read a book from my friends! Light commenting, if any, and little to no reading … Continue reading
Now THIS is real, important science… Kudos to them for figuring out how to brew and drink coffee normally (more or less)! Before, they had to suck it out of a straw, and if they wanted anything added, it had … Continue reading
And it brought back some fond memories… It was on a trailer, going down the road, but somebody had done a LOT of work on it to restore it! It looked as good as this one does! Early 70s YZ … Continue reading
Fun times… This is what is known as a Mark On Top (MOT). Not my picture, but I’ve seen this view a few times, including ‘certain’ waters where the boat was completely submerged, but still visible… And yes, biologists are … Continue reading
Made its debut 51 years ago, February 9th, 1969… At least Boeing saved this one… And it became known as the 100 or SP series. The upstairs portion in the hump behind the cockpit was depending on the airline, either … Continue reading
Stuffed in the back of the sardine can on the way back from SLC yesterday, got pretzels and a little glass of Coke… sigh… Granted it was a quicker trip, but… An interesting bit of history that most of you … Continue reading
At Life The Universe and Everything in Utah through Sunday. LTUE is a writer centric con with over 200 panels covering a wealth of information. Their website is HERE. Doing a few panels- Colonizing the Sea: Living on and under … Continue reading
I was first in Italy in the summer of 1969, and I remember the tension then… While there are some in the United States who believe we are headed toward another Civil War, there is perhaps another, more recent parallel worth … Continue reading